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9/11 See The Evidence - A Photographic & Video Exhibition

You are cordially invited to:

9/11 See The Evidence

A Photographic & Video Exhibition

Exhibition hours: Saturday 14 September 10.00 am – 5.00 pm

Sunday 15 September 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Location: Boat Cafe

Lower Deck

Oriental Parade, Wellington

There has never been a more appropriate time to re-visit the events of 911. Following the successful exhibitions in Wellington in September 2011 and in September 2012, we are pleased to announce another exhibition of “9/11: See The Evidence,” – a series of images that documents the events of 9/11 using dramatic photos, eyewitness testimony and concise, factual explanations. The exhibition includes scale models of WTC Building 7 and the Twin Towers and a multimedia presentation.

This exhibition, “9/11: See The Evidence,” invites the viewer to take a second look at the events of 9/11 using dramatic photos, eyewitness testimony and concise, factual explanations.

All of the key events of 9/11 will be covered: the destruction of the three World Trade Centre Buildings, the attack on the Pentagon and the story of Flight 93.

Free information will be available including copies of a recently released documentary where dozens of experts in architecture, building, engineering, chemistry, physics and other relevant technical fields explain the physical and scientific evidence that led to the collapse of the three WTC Buildings.

For further information, please contact: Exhibition administration

ENDS

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